University of Pittsburgh
Senior Vice Chancellor's Research Seminar
12/10/2004 Cellular Pattern Formation in the Zebrafish Retina
Xiangyun Wei, PhD
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology
School of Medicine
11/19/2004 From Testosterone to Spermatogenesis: The CREB Transcription Factor
William H. Walker, PhD
Assistant Professor of Cell Biology & Physiology
School of Medicine
11/5/2004 N-terminal Amino Acid as a Degradation Signal for Proteolysis
Yong Tae Kwon, PhD
Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Science
School of Pharmacy
10/22/2004 Base Excision Repair: From the Nucleus to the Mitochondria
Robert W. Sobol Jr., PhD
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
School of Medicine
9/10/2004 Single Electron Oxidation in the Synthesis of Marine-Derived Protein Synthesis Inhibitors
Paul Floreancig, PhD
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
School of Arts and Sciences
7/9/2004 Unraveling the Physiology and Therapeutic Potential of HGF in the Pancreatic Beta Cell
Adolfo Garcia-Ocana, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
School of Medicine
6/4/2004 Migraine-Related Effect of P/Q Channel Functioin in C. elegans
Miguel Estevez, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Neurology
School of Medicine
5/7/2004 Cytokine Mediation of Inflammation-Induced Epithelial Barrier Dysfunction
Penny Lynn Sappington, MD
Assistant Professor of Critical Care Medicine
School of Medicine
4/23/2004 Defective Somite Patterning: The Role of Tbx6 in Vertebral Development
Deborah L. Chapman, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
School of Arts and Sciences
3/19/2004 Genetic Regulation of T Cell Activation, Differentiation, and Response
Binfeng Lu, PhD
Assistant Professor of Immunology
School of Medicine
2/20/2004 Stem Cell Engineering in the Male Germline
Kyle Orwig, PhD
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, and Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry
School of Medicine
1/16/2004 Carbon Monoxide: Toxic Gas or Novel Therapeutic for Inflammatory-Proliferative Disorders?
Leo Otterbein, PhD
Research Assistant Professor
School of Medicine